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Old 03-05-2020, 12:01 AM   #1
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I'm trying to locate the Water/plumbing schematic for my 2000 Chevy Express Popular 200 Roadtrek. I would assume the plumbing would be basically the same for Roadtreks of approximately the same vintage. Can you help?
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Water plumbing on the 200 is a bit unique as the other models have the hook up in the lower mid ship storage area while the 200 has it in the rear left side box.

Plumbing and electrical schematics are as rare as hen's teeth.

Any specific question(s?) about it? I also have a 2000 200, but a Versatile.
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Hi Steve, thanks for responding!

I have the electrical schematics if anybody needs a copy.

My outdoor shower faucet busted on our last trip so I was forced to take it off and plug the water lines. I also decided to take off the water connection to the shore water line (DUMB). I know it's a matter of trial and error to put the lines back, but I was hoping to save crawling under the roadtrek any more than I have to, to get them hooked up right.

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Hi Steve, thanks for responding!

I have the electrical schematics if anybody needs a copy.

My outdoor shower faucet busted on our last trip so I was forced to take it off and plug the water lines. I also decided to take off the water connection to the shore water line (DUMB). I know it's a matter of trial and error to put the lines back, but I was hoping to save crawling under the roadtrek any more than I have to, to get them hooked up right.

Thanks

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I would like a copy of the electrics for the coach part if you have it. I already have a shop manual for the chassis with the electrical schematic in it.

I'll PM you my email addy.
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I'll get them to you early next week.
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Hi Steve, thanks for responding!

I have the electrical schematics if anybody needs a copy.

My outdoor shower faucet busted on our last trip so I was forced to take it off and plug the water lines. I also decided to take off the water connection to the shore water line (DUMB). I know it's a matter of trial and error to put the lines back, but I was hoping to save crawling under the roadtrek any more than I have to, to get them hooked up right.

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I also have a 200 but no plumbing map.
Also there are some variations in vehicles depending on options. One area to check for water line chaffing is in the right rear wheel well as sand gets lodged above the plastic lines and rubs them through. Pressure washing should wash it out.
If possible I would like a copy of the electrical layout that you mentioned.
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I'm trying to figure out Where the water line is to the water tank and coach water.
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On my 200 the feed line from the left rear compartment runs across to the other side in front of the rear axle then along the side of the body behind the outer fiberglass skin up to the water tank. it is difficult to see the lines unless you are willing to get dirty.
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I'll get them to you early next week.
Steve,

I forgot. I'll get them to you soon.

I'll try to post them so anybody can have them. I believe I have the complete set of coach wiring schematics.

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On my 200 the feed line from the left rear compartment runs across to the other side in front of the rear axle then along the side of the body behind the outer fiberglass skin up to the water tank. it is difficult to see the lines unless you are willing to get dirty.

WOW! THANK YOU!

No, I'm not afraid to get dirty! I'll take a look this afternoon. It seems I'm living under the 200 at the moment. Not too much sand in my eyes though.
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WOW! THANK YOU!

No, I'm not afraid to get dirty! I'll take a look this afternoon. It seems I'm living under the 200 at the moment. Not too much sand in my eyes though.
I got accused of napping under our 200. Lots of stuff got "freshly maintained" after taking possession of our previously neglected 2000 200.

No worries on the electrical. Thanks again
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WOW! THANK YOU!

No, I'm not afraid to get dirty! I'll take a look this afternoon. It seems I'm living under the 200 at the moment. Not too much sand in my eyes though.
I just looked again and I saw two lines heading to the passenger side in front of the rear axel. I thought they were for the shower and toilet??
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